With this first monograph, the artist Toma-L and author Théophile Pillault look back together on two decades of raw, unbridled creation.
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|Number of pages||223|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||298 x 225|
At the dawn of the 2000s, Thomas Labarthe discovered Jean Dubuffet at the Centre Pompidou. This posthumous encounter, through a retrospective exhibition, was for him "a real electroshock, but also an eye-opener". Three months later, the young man painted Mala Bestia, his first canvas.
Since then, Toma-L has painted instinctively, freely, on the bangs of any concept, concentrating on his gut and his gesture. With dissipated characters, lines and shapes under tension, the painter brings out a restless, turbulent, charcoal people on paper or canvas.
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